R-Raymon HardRay Nine 7.0 Review

R-Raymon HardRay Nine 7.0 Review

R-Raymon HardRay Nine 7.0 Review

Price: 1999 €
category: Racebike
Frame Material: Carbon
Weight: 12,3 kg
Wheel Size: 29"
Travel Front: 100 mm
Model Year: 2023 (carry over model from 2022)
  • competitors ride better in the downhills
  • fun to ride in
    easy terrain Extreme Terrain
    seating position
    upright efficient
    handling
    playful easy calm
    Framesize runs
    small big

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    Summary

    Expirience with the R-Raymon HardRay Nine 7.0

    R-Raymon HardRay Nine 7.0 Review If you like a lively bike, you should take the R-Raymon HardRay Nine 7.0 into consideration. Anyone who has no concrete preferences when it comes to handling, can´t go wrong with the HardRay Nine 7.0. Because his handling is pleasantly balanced. When it comes to the seating position, R-Raymon chooses the middle ground between sporty and comfortable. If you love flying down steep, rocky and loamy trails, the Racebike of R-Raymon doesn't really suit you. Other manufacturers build Racebike in the same price range that are more focused on descends.

    technical Details

    Je steiler der Winkel des Sitzrohrs ist, desto effizienter können Sie in die Pedale treten.

    SIZE XXS XS S M L XL XXL
    Sizing of Manufacturer
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    S
    M
    L
    XL
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    Wheelsize
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    29
    29
    29
    29
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    Stack
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    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    Reach
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    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
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    Top Tube Length
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    570
    595
    620
    645
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    Seat Tube Length
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    390
    430
    470
    510
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    Seat Tube Angle
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    73
    73
    73
    73
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    Head Tube Length
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    90
    100
    110
    120
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    Head Tube Angle
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    70,25
    70,25
    70,25
    70,25
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    Bottom Bracket Drop
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    56
    56
    56
    56
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    Bottom Bracket Height (absolut)
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    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
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    Chainstay Length
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    437
    437
    437
    437
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    Wheelbase
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    1064
    1090
    1115
    1141
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    Standover Height
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
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    • Frame HardRay Nine Carbon
    • Frame Material Carbon
    • Fork RockShox Recon
    • Spring Unit air
    • Remote-Lockout yes
    • Gearrange 455%
    • Drivetrain 1x12
    • Gear Lever SRAM SX Eagle, 12-speed
    • Rear Derailleur SRAM SX Eagle, 12-S
    • Cassette SRAM PG-1210, 11-50 T
    • Chain SRAM SX Eagle
    • Brake Set Tektro HD-M500, 2-Kolben, Hydraulische Scheibenbremse
    • Brake Rotors 160/160
    • Rims Rim: Mach1 Traxx, Front Hub: R Raymon DC-71, 15x110mm, Rear Hub: R Raymon DC-1248, 12x148mm
    • Tires Front Continental Cross King, 58-622, 29x2.3
    • Tires Rear Continental Cross King, 58-622, 29x2.3
    • Saddle R Raymon MTB
    • Seat Post R Raymon, 31,8 mm, Patent
    • Stem R Raymon 31.8, 8 °
    • Handle Bar R Raymon Riser 31,8 mm, 700 mm, Sweep: 9 °, Rise: 5 mm
    • Handle Bar Width 700

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